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克里斯托弗·莫里斯 Christopher Morris
艾德·卡什 Ed Kashi

沈琦颖 Sim Chi Yin

 


克里斯托弗·莫里斯 Christopher Morris


克里斯托弗·莫里斯是VII图片社的七名创始成员之一。 莫里斯现居巴黎。20世纪90年代初,他供职于《时代周刊》做战地纪实报道摄影。2000年起,他在《时代周刊》担任美国白宫摄影师长达九年。这段时间他的作品被广泛认为重新定义了美国的政治报道摄影。在成为一名报道摄影师的同时,莫里斯也将自己的工作范围扩展到了时尚界。他获得了罗伯特·卡帕金奖(Robert Capa Gold Medal)、奥利维尔·雷博特奖(Olivier Rebbot Award)、美国海外媒体俱乐部奖( the Journalism Award from the Overseas Press Club)、两座纽约国际摄影中心摄影无限奖(Infinity Awards for photojournalism from the International Center of Photography in New York)、PDN看时尚编辑奖(PDN Look Fashion Editorial Award)等无数世界顶级摄影奖项。

Christopher Morris, based in Paris, was born in California in 1958 and began his career as a documentary conflict photographer working almost exclusively for TIME Magazine, where he has been on contract since 1990. He has been credited with redefining political coverage in America during his years working at the White House for TIME Magazine from 2000 till 2009. Simultaneously to his career as a photojournalist, Morris has expanded his work into the fashion world. He has received various awards, including the Robert Capa Gold Medal, the Olivier Rebbot Award, the Journalism Award from the Overseas Press Club, two Infinity Awards for photojournalism from the International Center of Photography in New York, the PDN Look Fashion Editorial Award and numerous World Press Photo awards. Morris is a founding member of the photojournalist agency VII based in New York.

 

艾德·卡什 Ed Kashi

Image by Yusuf Sevincli

摄影师艾德·卡什致力于记录定义时代的社会和政治问题。除了摄影和电影制作之外,卡什还是一名纪录片拍摄和视觉叙述方面的领袖和教育者。他获奖无数,其中包括2015年度国际多媒体摄影师年度照片、联合国儿童基金会2010年度照片,他也是荷赛、传播艺术和美国摄影2010年度Prix Pictet委员及荣誉奖得主。作为评委多次出席荷赛, 普利策中心与CatchLight Fellowship, Alexia Foundation, FotoEvidence Book Award等重大摄影比赛。 卡什的照片在全世界出版和展出。他出版了八本专著,其中除了收录他的个人项目外,也包括了17部美国《国家地理》专题报道在内的报道任务。

2002年,他和妻子朱莉·温库尔创立了一家致力于社会和地缘政治问题的非营利机构Talking Eyes Media。2014年,他们在罗格斯大学纽瓦克分校开设了一个创新项目“最新美国人”,通过故事叙述关注移民问题。该机构在2017年获得著名的美国国家人文基金两年资金帮助。

Ed Kashi is a photojournalist and filmmaker dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. In addition to photography and filmmaking, Kashi is an educator and leading voice in photojournalism, documentary photography and visual storytelling. He has received numerous awards, including Pictures of the Year International Multimedia Photographer of the Year 2015, UNICEF’s Photo of the Year 2010, a Prix Pictet 2010 Commission and honors from World Press Photo, Communication Arts and American Photography. Kashi also served on the selection committees for World Press Photo, the Pulitzer Center and Catchlight Fellowship, Alexia Foundation, FotoEvidence Book Award and many other photography contests. Kashi’s images have been published and exhibited worldwide. His personal projects and editorial assignments, including 17 feature stories for National Geographic magazine, have been published in eight monographs.

In 2002 Ed and his wife, filmmaker Julie Winokur, founded Talking Eyes Media; a non-profit production company dedicated to social and geopolitical issues. In 2014, they began an innovative project with Rutgers University-Newark called “Newest Americans,” a storytelling project focused on the issue of immigration.n 2017 the project received a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities grant to continuefor two more years.

沈绮颖 Sim Chi Yin

Image by Joyce Fang

新加坡摄影师沈绮颖是一名活跃在亚洲视觉影像圈的记录者,是VII图片社全球18位摄影师之一。 她在过去的十年间都生活工作于北京。她的摄影和电影作品曾多次在亚洲、美国、欧洲的博物馆、画廊和摄影节中展出。她为《时代周刊》、《哈珀斯》杂志、《纽约时报》杂志、美国《国家地理》和《纽约客》拍摄照片、视频和进行多媒体报道。

沈绮颖是马格南基金会2010年在纽约大学开设的人权和摄影项目成员作品曾入围尤金·史密斯奖人文摄影单项奖。她也是PDN2013年选出的全球30位新锐摄影师之一。她在2014年入围英国摄影期刊British Journal of Photography 值得关注榜单。同年,她荣获《她的世界》杂志年轻女性成就奖。

沈绮颖同时也是一名经验丰富的教育者,在如柬埔寨吴哥摄影节等地出任导师。她也是2016年荷赛当代议题组评委。

Born and raised in Singapore, photographer Sim Chi Yin is a visual documentarian actively doing projects in Asia. She has been based in Beijing in the past ten years. Sim is one of 18 photographers in the world represented by New York-based VII Photo Agency. Her photo and film work has been shown in museums, galleries and photo festivals in Asia, the U.S. and Europe.She has done photography, video and multimedia commissions for TIME, Harpers, The New York Times Magazine, National Geographic and The New Yorker.

Chi Yin was a Magnum Foundation Human Rights and Photography fellow at New York University in 2010 and a finalist for the W. Eugene Smith Grant in Humanistic Photography in 2013. She was listed as one of 30 emerging photographers globally by Photo District News in 2013 and in British Journal of Photography’s “Ones to Watch” in 2014. That year, she was Her World Magazine’s Young Woman Achiever of the Year.

Chi Yin is an experienced educator. She acts as a mentor in many programs including the Angkor Photo Festival. She was also a member of the selection committee at World Press Photo 2016.